According to one estimate, nearly a quarter of email recipients unsubscribed in response to those GDPR privacy disclosure emails marketers sent at the end of last month.
Soon after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Justice Department would not defend the Affordable Care Act in a closely watched federal court case, numerous associations in the medical space and beyond threw their support behind the law in a series of amicus briefs.
Subcultures naturally pop up within organizations, and it’s important to manage them effectively to keep them from turning toxic. Also: As apps and platforms integrate, social media will likely become a major event sales channel.
The Specialty Food Association is increasing the space it’s donating to incubators at its Summer Fancy Food Show. This year, the former Incubator Alley has grown to an Incubator Village, spotlighting 11 incubators and 80 emerging food companies.
Failures are inevitable. But, as former Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler explains, taking a few chances is essential for an organization's survival.
The Accounting and Financial Women’s Alliance spotlights young members who have stories to tell and are in a good position to lead.
The New Jersey Hospital Association, along with its Health Research and Educational Trust, will fund a software platform that will make it easier to track opioid prescriptions and identify proper treatments for ER patients.
This week, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Florida went out of its way to save a tiny seahorse named Frito—and it’s not the first time the nonprofit marine rescue center has stepped up for the species.
A community engagement pro makes the case for nuanced thinking about what makes a good association community. Also: Is it possible to get some personal space during an airport layover?
As meeting organizers embrace diversity and inclusion, their event playbook evolves.